Coffee with the New York Jets: Will Vick find new home?

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Make sure to put some extra sugar in your coffee this morning as you enjoy some fine reading material on the New York Jets. In this edition, news on quarterback Michael Vick trying to find a new home somewhere in the NFL, news on the redone contract of wide receiver Brandon Marshall and a look at the deepest roster spots on the Jets.

Brandon Marshall, Jets Agree to New Contract: Latest Details, Comments, Reaction by Mike Chiari (Bleacher Report)

"While Marshall has been one of the best pass-catchers in the league since entering the NFL in 2006, he is coming off a tough season that saw him catch just 61 passes for 721 yards and eight touchdowns, as he missed three games and was hampered in others due to injur"

Analyzing the New York Jets’ 5 Deepest Roster Spots by Aidan Mackie (Bleacher Report)

"The Jets still have serious weaknesses across the roster, but they have several units of considerable strength and depth. These spots could potentially lead the team to a surprising playoff berth."

A man without a team, Michael Vick points toward a new season and a new home by Ed Miller (PilotOnline.com)

"How much of a market exists for an aging quarterback coming off his worst year since his rookie season remains to be seen. But Vick believes he’s got more in the tank."

Geno Smith and Brandon Marshall Are Rooming Together to Build Chemistry by Dan Carson (Bleacher Report)

"But bringing in outside talent isn’t an instant tonic, and knowing the difficulties quarterbacks and receivers can have adjusting to one another, Jets quarterback and Marshall are living together to speed up the chemistry-building process. Geno Smith"

Ryan Fitzpatrick deserves fair shot to take Jets starting QB job from Geno Smith by Manish Mehta (NY Daily News)

"Bowles and Gailey, however, should have created a more challenging path for Smith, who hasn’t earned the right to have that pre-determined edge over Fitzpatrick in camp."

Jets OTAs: Antonio Cromartie gives Dexter McDougle nickname of ‘Cinnamon Badger’ by Kristian Dyer (Metro)

"Now in his second year with the Jets, McDougle declared himself healthy and fit last week at the start of Organized Team Activities (OTAs) and showed some serious flashes of speed. Now, he’s at the center of a scandal that involves a ridiculous nickname and his dyed hair."

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